A local developer would like to build 302 additional housing units in Rimrock. Ask most anyone in the unincorporated community, and the project is wanted like a hole in the head.
The City of Cottonwood passed an age-21 tobacco purchase and use requirement in May 2016. The U.S. Congress and the president created that same age requirement late last month.
The Verde Valley Regional Economic Organization provides access to resources for regional business creation, attraction, retention and expansion.
The grand opening of the new combination Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin Robbins store is set for this weekend.
Yavapai County Attorney Sheila Polk has been appointed by Governor Doug Ducey to serve as chair of the statewide Arizona Substance Abuse Partnership.
It will not include the “sanctuary” reference that Mohave County recently approved, but Yavapai County will soon consider whether to make its own statement of support for the Second Amendment.
COTTONWOOD — The City of Cottonwood went through a few leadership changes and was involved in some high-profile discussions over development approval processes in 2019 — a year where the city played a limited role in the boom of Yavapai County new-home construction.
Bodega Pierce not only makes award-winning wines (their 2018 rosé won the 2019 AZ Central Wine Competition), they make it sustainably. Owner Michael Pierce also leads the Southwest Wine Center, which recently got certified.
CLARKDALE — Storms, a new city manager, a property tax increase, a controversial substation and plans to improve roads were what the Town of Clarkdale government and residents dealt with in 2019.
The National Park Service would like to invite the public to the fourth annual Tuzigoot Health and Wellness Day on Saturday, Jan. 4 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
On Dec. 19, representatives from Jerome Elks Lodge No. 1361 presented Student of the Month Awards to two sixth-grade students from Clarkdale-Jerome School.
While people across the country are setting goals for the new year, thousands of children in Arizona are unsure where they’ll be living tomorrow.
Each year, Verde Valley Caregivers has a Holiday Project for the neighbors they serve. A letter is sent to each neighbor to find out what they would like as a holiday gift.
The Cottonwood City Council is seeking applicants to become an administrative hearing officer. This appointment will be for a two-year term. Administrative hearing officers assist with enforcement of the municipal code and zoning code by hearing, deciding and resolving non-traffic violations designated as civil violations.
State Route 89A is closed in both directions due to heavy winter weather and multiple crashes between milepost 387 and 390, roughly 7 miles north of Slide Rock State Park, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.
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Manzanita Outreach, a Cottonwood based non-profit, is focused on ensuring all Verde Valley residents have enough food to eat regardless of their personal circumstances.
“We were shocked to find that there was no place for victims of human trafficking to be housed in the Verde Valley so we decided to do something about it,” Carol Gandolfo, PhD, president of the Coalition Against Human Trafficking – Northern Arizona (CAHT), said as CAHT signed an agreement with the Verde Valley Sanctuary to cover extra costs for providing interim housing and services for trafficking victims.
Three Verde Valley students are among 12 Yavapai College scholars from across Yavapai County and representing a variety of academic disciplines have earned lucrative All-Arizona Academic Team scholarships based on their academic performance and volunteer service at school and in their communities.
In the true spirit of holiday giving, clients of Edward Jones Investments Financial Advisor Matias Sandoval, donated 630 pounds of non-perishable food items during their recent Bag-a-Thon event which supported the area’s Rising Hope Food Pantry.